Photo365 iPhone app a quick way to document your day

Sep 13, 2011
Tech

If a picture’s worth a thousand words, using Photo365 for a year would make you positively Dickensian. The quick photo-sharing app takes all the fuss and work out of blogging about your day by providing you with a handy calendar where you can take a photo a day and then upload your photo to Facebook/Twitter/Flickr/email […]

If a picture’s worth a thousand words, using Photo365 for a year would make you positively Dickensian. The quick photo-sharing app takes all the fuss and work out of blogging about your day by providing you with a handy calendar where you can take a photo a day and then upload your photo to Facebook/Twitter/Flickr/email quickly and easily.

The design of the app isn’t much to look at, but that’s one of its strengths. There’s very little that gets in the way of actually taking and uploading your photos. The only button outside of the ones that let you post your photo to various social networks is one that lets you set a daily reminder to take your photo.

You don’t have to take photos within the app for them to be uploadable, either. While you’re more than welcome to take a fresh photo from within the app, you can also use photos stored in your camera roll.

The only hitch in Photo 365’s step is that for an app that interacts so freely with other social networks, it’s oddly closed off. There’s no photo stream or any way to see other people’s Photo365 calendars, so you’re left taking photos for yourself until you upload them for your friends to see on Facebook or Twitter.

Still, if you want an interface that provides a bit of direction to your aimless photography-obsessed mind, Photo365 might be a good fit. It’s simple, but regimented, which should provide free spirits who need a little direction just the inspiration they’re looking for.

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Dan Kricke

Dan Kricke has been playing with electronics and writing about them for years. He loved his Sega Dreamcast and now the PlayStation 3. On the iPhone, he's a fan of sports apps and anything that offers new music.

 

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